What is Intersections? Letter from the Intersections Editor

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor

Shivani Bondada

As the summer season ends and Tulane University roars back to life, The Hullabaloo has started publishing content once again. Some content fits into self-explanatory sections such as Sports or News — in these sections you get exactly the information the name describes. But what kind of content does Intersections publish?

At The Hullabaloo, Intersections is our effort to platform voices and perspectives that may otherwise go unheard. This space is dedicated to individual perspectives and recognizing the importance of marginalized voices. If you have a personal narrative to share about the way your identity affects your relationship with the world around you, this is the section for you. 

If you want to get a glimpse into the lives and thoughts of your fellow Tulanians, look no further! As part of this effort, we are expanding Intersections to include interviews with members of our community, a step above and beyond asking contributors to write their own pieces. Our goal is to give the community access to viewpoints and information that might otherwise be missed — from holiday celebrations to the importance of keeping your native name.

As the section editor, I strive to make sure that this section helps expose readers and writers alike to perspectives they may not have previously encountered. Like the name suggests, Intersections explores how identity, current events and the world around us intersect to create one’s personal experience. If you feel like you have something to contribute, contact us at [email protected]. Intersections is always looking for more perspectives!

Happy reading!

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor

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